Apps for Office: Mail Apps Part 2 – Read Mode Sample

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We continue our journey through Apps for Office with a quick tour through some of the API features in Outlook by reviewing another simple App demo. Like the Excel app, this one is not designed to solve any particular problem, but rather demonstrate some of the functionality exposed to Mail Apps. The full source code will also available be for review in the next post covering Compose mode.

Since we already looked at how to get started creating a Mail App project, let’s dive straight into the sample project. We’ll be expanding on the project we created previously, which is set to activate in both Read and Compose mode. Today we’ll look at the Read Mode and finish off with Compose in our next post.

Once again we’ll also be leveraging the Kendo UI Core widgets to help layout and navigate the different areas of the app, which is already referenced via the CDN in the sample project.

Read more at the Falafel Software Blog: Apps for Office: Mail Apps Part 2 – Read Mode Sample

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